Anais Stupka is a London-based, Georgian-Italian multimedia artist who grew up in 14 different parts of the world. 

 

Her work was initially influenced by the diversity of beauty she noticed around the world, actively going beyond the surface of beauty that is easily acknowledged to focus more on the beauty that can be challenging to notice at first glance. 

 Whether that meant photographing the finest details of one’s physicality to creatively capturing someone’s aura to Anais, they embodied beauty because they embodied themselves. It was people’s truth that deeply inspired Anais. Her work has kept the same roots in beauty and truth and continues to evolve.

 

Focusing on everything human, natural, freeing, life & love centric is what always inspired Anais. She hopes to create a moment of magic rather than just beautiful images. Experiences built from the foundations of pure curiosity and love because to Anais: “to love is to find yourself in the other.” 

 

 

Anais’ prints are for sale with proceeds going towards the Say it Loud Charity, the community of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers and refugees in the UK. 

“Our vision is for a world where LGBTQ+ people can express their sexuality and gender identity safely and with pride. Until this is possible, we believe the UK should provide a place of safety for LGBTQ+ refugees and asylum seekers, providing an environment in which everyone can flourish as their true self.” 

The Say It Loud Charity engage with our members through one-on-one mentoring, workshops, social events, peer support, and referral to partner organisations for legal, financial, health and housing support. To find out more, turn to page xx. 

anaisstupka.com 

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